Posted a 73.10 stroke average in the spring in seven tournaments…tied for third at the Seminole Intercollegiate with a 3-under 213…his 5-+under 67 was tied for the lowest round of the tournament and also tied his collegiate low round…made his way into the line-up after the Seminole Intercollegiate and remained there the reset of the season…finished tied for 36th with a 4-over 217 at the Valspar Invitational…finished tied for 18th at the ACC Championship with a 1-under 215…23rd best stroke average in the ACC.
Played seven rounds in three tournaments this spring for a 71.57 stroke average…five of the rounds were at par or below…tied for seventh place at the Seminole Intercollegiate with a 6-under 210…posted a career low round of 67 in the third round of the Seminole Intercollegiate…bested his top tournament score by four strokes at the Seminole Intercollegiate…finished tied for 12th at the Gary Koch Invitational with a 1-under 215
A member of the Seminoles’ line-up at the 2012 NCAA Championship Finals…helped the Seminoles earn their seventh consecutive bid to the NCAA Championship tournament as he played in four events – three as a member of the Seminoles’ line-up and a fourth as an individual participant…inserted into the Seminoles’ National Championship line-up after an injury to Doug Letson just a week before the championship…had to get himself back into tournament mode after defeating teammate Kyle Cobb in a playoff to move into the line-up…a sensational round of even par 71 in the first round of the National Championship Finals…his round of 71 tied for the team lead and helped the Seminoles into a five-way tie for sixth place in the team standings after the first round of the event…second-best finish of his career – and second top 15 finish of his career – as he finished in a tie for 14th place at the Gator Invitational for his best performance of the spring season…three scores of 73 or better (73-72-72), the best tournament score of his sophomore season (217) and his best individual placement (tied for 14th) in helping the Seminoles to a fifth place finish in the team standings at the Gator Invitational…best single round score of the season came as a one under par score of 70 in the first round of the Seminole Intercollegiate…averaged 74.67 strokes in nine rounds during three tournaments.
Played in three events and was a member of the Seminoles’ line-up in two events – the Fighting Illini Invitational and the U.S. Collegiate Championship – while playing in the Brickyard Collegiate Championship as an individual…best event of the fall season came at the Brickyard as he finished in a tie for 29th place in the individual standings with a four over par total of 220…best single round score of the season came in the first round of the Brickyard with a one under par score of 71…averaged 75.57 strokes in 12 rounds during four tournaments.
Helped lead Florida State to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in his career as the Seminoles finished in a tie for eighth place at the NCAA Indiana Regional Championship…Florida State’s third leading golfer with a 73.67 stroke average and ranked third on the team in rounds scored at par or better (six) and rounds scored at 75 or better as he enjoyed his best season as a Seminole…in Florida State’s starting line-up in six of eight events and played in one more as an individual participant…played well in the postseason with an average of 74.33 strokes in six rounds played…counted all six of his scores toward the team score in the ACC and the NCAA Regional championships…best score of his career – a four under par 68 – came in the second round of the ASU Thunderbird Invitational…best back to back rounds of golf (70-70) came in the second and third rounds of the Linger Longer Invitational…finished in a tie for 16th place at the ASU Thunderbird Invitational …earned four consecutive top 30 finishes at the Seminole Intercollegiate (tied for 29th), the Linger Longer Invitational (tied for seventh), the ASU Thunderbird Invitational (tied for 16th) and the ACC Championship (tied for 26th)…averaged a career low 73.67 strokes in 21 rounds during seven tournaments
Earned playing time as a member of the Seminoles’ starting line-up for the first time in his career at the season opening Olympia Fields Invitational and played as an individual competitor at the Brickyard Intercollegiate…averaged 75.83 strokes in six rounds during the first two tournaments of his Seminole career.
A redshirt member of the Florida State men’s golf team.
Graduated from Markham College High School in 2009…competed at a high level on the American Junior Golf Association including seven tournaments in 2009 where he finished in second place at the Scott Robertson Tournament…finished in 10th place in the AJGA Junior Open…ranked 90th in the world among male amateur golfers in the world…also an avid tennis player and is the 35th ranked player in his signing class…won the Mexican Amateur Championship in 2009…finished as the runner-up at the Lima International Amateur in 2009 as he recorded a 65 in the final round of the event…carded scores of 71-69-74-65 to finish at minus nine for the event as he recorded only 29 shots in the back nine during his round of 65 to close out the event…runner-up at the South American Junior Championship in Argentina in 2009…set course record with 64 in the first round of the Scott Robertson Memorial Tournament in finishing as the runner-up in the event in 2009…runner-up at the Brazilian Amateur with scores of 73-73-69-65 in 2009.
Born Jan. 20, 1992…Joaquin is the son of Victor Lolas and Marisol Bellido….selected Florida State over Texas, Texas A&M, Texas Tech and Cal…major is International Affairs.